What financial aid can you expect next fall
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It has very little to do with scholarships. Most of it is from the federal government, and most of it needs to be paid back.
Low-interest federal loans are the most common, but awards like Pell Grants are given, too
Grants from colleges are free money that the institutions give to select applicants.
Some states give out grants based on academic achievement, family background, or ethnic heritage.
Private grants and scholarships are the least common form of financial aid, and the hardest to get.
40% of college financial aid is federal loans!
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